“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent”
― Victor Hugo
Enjoy your favorite tracks? You can not live without music any day? Read and memorize. Music can bring you even greater benefits than it seems at first glance.
Sound affects a person in many different ways.
And what changes you notice in yourself after listening to your favorite songs?
Music is able to revive the drooping plant. If next to the withering flower put speakers to include light music, it will come to life in his eyes, filled with colors and can even bow to the power of music.
Music preventing hearing loss. The experiment showed that the musicians hear better than those who had never interested in music.
Music heals the heart, helps patients who are recovering from a heart attack or heart surgery. It is proved that nice music contributes to the improvement of the cardiovascular system.
Listening to music during sports training increases productivity by 20%. This effect may be compared to doping.
Music makes you more sympathetic and kind. The psychological experiment showed that people who regularly listen to your favorite songs, 5 times more likely to provide help and do good deeds.
Music improves memory and mental abilities. The more you listen to music, the better the result.
Music reduces pain, stimulates the sensory pathways that muffle pain. Music helps to reduce anxiety and fully escape from trouble.
The researchers argue that listening to pleasant music can increase the palatability of a product by 60%.
According to psychologists, music not only improves mood, but also helps achieve their goals and believe in themselves.
Listening to your favorite music helps to survive unrequited love and tune in to a new relationship.
“Without music, life would be a mistake.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
Hundreds of millions of daily visit cinemas, buy new DVD or revising old, talking about the movie, arguing about a movie, think about movies, shoot and in films. Cinema - the universal language of our time, capacious, and, at the same time, deep. Movie quickly proved its ability not only to entertain humans, but also to teach him to push the boundaries of his knowledge, change his beliefs and even his whole life. Each of us at least once in their life imitated memorable movie heroes. Tom Patrick McMurphy (Jack Nicholson) "infected" the spirit of freedom and love of life of patients psychiatric hospital, Clint Eastwood, squinting, lit and drawled, cast a poncho or George Clooney, smiling, as if accidentally spilled around him of charm ...
And of course, every one of us sometimes wonder what movie and what the language of cinema. About the magic power of transformation, which looks puny and inconspicuous person on the screen makes a true hero, a view which makes us physically feel his inner strength, a nondescript, in general, an actress, a view which the screen makes the fight more often hearts and much more. And at times, especially after the movie has affected us, we'd like to discuss with friends, family and just familiar - what did this movie have so affected?
The answer to these questions is much easier, presenting himself on the other side of the screen. And now, a little magic, and you - the director. Assistant runs with fresh coffee, producer, without taking on the mobile ear, shouting something to you about the approved budget, and the actors are waiting for the command "Action!". At your disposal - millions of different ideas, all the latest achievements of computer graphics, the whole world literature and simply your life experience. What do you tell the world? What is the hidden idea or dream you want to transfer to the screen? Think about it, because each frame in your movie has to mean something, to be associated with other, forcing the audience to everything intently, and gazed at the screen, perhaps recognizing themselves there. So every good director and a good film - it's a little inspiration, a little miracle, a little bit of skill, a little luck and the idea that the writer, director, actors and all those people who worked on the film, wanted to convey to us.
Will it have? If the movie is "stayed" inside and leaving a certain aftertaste, repeatedly pops up, reminding me of themselves, then turned. This is the magic power of art.
And we're in the studio very much like a good movie, regularly get together to look interesting and "strong" film. But the fun begins after watching, when different people with different backgrounds, different views, different views on life suddenly find that the film touched them similar chord soul, forced to think about similar things. And when in a circle discussing possible to "catch" the idea of the film, she seemed ignites in the hearts of people who streamed out. Of course, if you know how to watch a movie, and then you look at life quite differently. Of course, if you have learned to decipher the language of Images and symbols, which are able to skillfully juggle master of cinema, the ordinary life becomes easier and at the same time, deeper and richer. But the main thing is that you are different and start looking at yourself and people around you, and your boundaries are expanding universe :).
And discussion of the film - is not just an intellectual "task" and the desire to share intimate experience and an attempt to look together with the director from whence come the dreams and ideas, where archetypes live and where it comes from inspiration, from whence comes the movie. And as no one else in this help us to those who are with us two hours to pass a few minutes and at the same time as the whole life, I looked at "24 frames per second" and saw it as his own reflection ...
And not in vain in the various spiritual traditions from time to time organize collective screenings. Movies can also be a meditation for you, a string of frames will be stacked neatly in your mind and clear emotions and feelings that are going through the characters of the film will resonate with your own, and your body will clearly respond to this or that scene. And the stronger the scene, the more you will feel the energy of a certain quality, which, spilling off the screen, an invisible but very tangible wave spreads in the hall where people watch movies.
... And perhaps the day will come when you pick up a movie camera and look at the world through her lens. And you might want to become a creator itself a small miracle when your camera lens look in Life itself ...
“Everything I learned I learned from the movies.”
― Audrey Hepburn
In 1725 Johann Heinrich Schulze (1687-1744), physicist, Professor University of Gali in Germany found that under the influence of light solutions of iron salts change color. Schulze trying to prepare a luminous substance accidentally confused chalk with nitric acid, which contained little dissolved silver. Schulze pointed out that when the sunlight falling on the white mixture, then it became dark, while the mixture is protected from the sun, it is not changed. He then spent a few experiments with letters and figures, which are carved out of the paper and put on the bottle with the prepared solution - obtained photographic prints on silvered chalk. Professor Schulze published the findings in 1727, but he did not have to try to do and thoughts found in this way the image permanent. He was agitated solution in a bottle, and the image disappeared. This experiment, however, has given impetus to a series of observations, discoveries and inventions in chemistry, which after a little more than a century led to the invention of photography.
The first enshrined the image was made in 1822 by Frenchman Joseph Nicephore Niepce, which has not survived to the present day. Therefore, the first in the history of photography is considered a snapshot "views", produced by Joseph Nicephore Niepce later, in 1826, with a pinhole camera on a pewter plate coated with a thin layer of asphalt. The exposition lasted eight hours under bright sunlight. Niepce advantage of the method was that the image was obtained relief (after etching asphalt), and it can be easily duplicated in any number of copies.
In 1839, Frenchman Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre published a method for producing an image on a copper plate coated with silver. The plate was treated with iodine vapor, whereby the photosensitive layer was coated with silver iodide. After a thirty minute exposure Daguerre moved the plate in a dark room, and for some time held it over the heated mercury vapors. The use table salt as a fixative image Daguerre. The picture turned out pretty high quality - well-designed details in the highlights and in the shadows, however, shot up was impossible. His method of producing a photographic image Daguerre called "daguerreotypes."
Almost at the same time, the Englishman Henry Fox Talbot invented a method for producing a negative photographic image, which is called "calotypy". As the image carrier Talbot used paper soaked in silver chloride. This technology combines the high quality and the ability to copy Images (positives printed on similar paper). Exposure lasted about an hour.
In addition, in 1833 a method of obtaining photos using silver nitrate published a Franco-Brazilian inventor and painter Hercule Florence. His method, he is not patented and will not claim to superiority.
The term "photo" appeared in 1839, it was used simultaneously and independently by two astronomers - English, John Herschel, and the German, Johann von Medler.
Digital photography - a relatively young but popular technology, which originated in 1981, when Sony has released Sony on the Mavica camera market with the CCD, recording Images to disk. This unit was not digital in the modern sense (the analog signal recorded on the disc), but eliminates the photographic film. The first full-fledged digital camera - the DCS 100 - was released in 1990 by Kodak.
Today, man is hard to imagine life without photography. For most people, the photographs are valuable documents, evidence of their personal stories of a lifetime. The photo. Photo art. Photography is not just a picture in which someone well or not looks, and a specific moment, "bunch" of reality, the material embodiment of his condition, feelings, desires, emotions, feelings, a piece of inner peace.
“There are no bad pictures; that's just how your face looks sometimes”
― Abraham Lincoln